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damaging the enamel ofy teeth. i wanted to fix it, i wanted to fix it right away. my dentist recommended pronamel. he said that pronamel can make my teeth stronger, that it was important, that that is something i could do each day to help protect the enamel of my teeth. pronamel is definitely helping rme to lead the life that
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good morning. if you're just joining us. we are happy you are with us. we are on from 5 am to nine good morning. if you're just joining us. we are happy you are with us. we are on from 5 am to 9 pm. after 6 am. we call it the three-hour tour. my coffee is just kicking in. they are glad you are joining us. i am carry along with pamela, who is bringing us a beautiful day. these are days i love.>> december is feeling like october, september. case you didn't use them, amazing temperatures we are off to a cold start just like yesterday in dealing with areas of freezing fog in spots such as orange and the under a
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sunlight fog around boston not reducing visibility. temperatures playing a role what we are seeing on the roadways because we are experiencing ice because of the fog freezing. 360 in boston but when you get farther to the southwest. temperatures hovering around the freezing mark. you have a cold morning jog of 300 when we get through this afternoon. it will warm up nicely. 580 with. mad. more walked on the way had a cool down and we will see some seasonable temperatures. >> there has been a stabbing in london police are calling it a terrorist incident. three people were stabbed it underground transit station in london.
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seriously hurt in the other two suffered minor injuries. police used a stun gun on the attacker. he yelled, this is for syria during the attack paper just joined forces for strikes against isis. they are treating this as a terrorist incident and asking people to be alert and vigilant. pres. obama will give a address tonight in the wake of the california terror attacks. he will update what happened in san bernardino talk about the broader threats of terrorism. this is the third time he has given a primetime address from the oval office. the pres.'s address book, the fbi continues to dig into the background of the husband and wife blamed for the terrorist attack. chris martinez has the latest. pragmatic fbi agents raided a
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saturday morning. syed rizwan farook and his family used to live next door. estimate i heard windows crashing and they were breaking in . >> , the house belonged to a friend who purchased two assault rifles used in the shooting that killed 14 people. the fbi investigation is focusing on their ties to terrorist organizations. >> so far we have no indication these killers are part of an organized larger group are part of a cell. according to the los angeles times syed rizwan farook had some kind of contact in syria and a radical group in somalia. his wife tashfeen malik pledged her support to isis in an online posted just before the rampage. friends of say in the last two years she became bored about and started dressing
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isis official radio station called a couple supporters stopped short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez cbs news. terrifying details of a new hampshire woman wounded in the shootings in california. amanda gaspar was in charge of the holiday party at the social services center and her parents released a statements saying the 31-year-old hid under a table is a shooter stood over her and shot her. her parents say she could have been shot in the head. but instead she was shot in the arm thigh and me and she had 20 shrapnel wounds on her body. stay with wbz and cbs news for the latest updates on the investigation into the terror attack in california. we will carry the president's address to the nation tonight at 8 pm. a bomb scare on atlantic
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scare on board a bus. the threats were harmless but authorities didn't know that. police are being extra cautious in the wake of the attacks across the world.>>emergency crews shut down part of atlantic avenues of boston after a rider forward and unknown liquid on a bus saturday morning. the female bus driver felt dizzy. soon i she complained of watery eyes and respiratory issues. the number of passengers on the scene evacuated. >>reporter: a hazmat team investigated the liquid. >>it's good to know that they responded so quickly and were worried about the situation. hazmat crews evacuated the bus, but did not find anything dangerous.
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book and everyone has a heightened awareness. >> yesterday a bomb squad love a suitcase left on atlantic avenue by a man who was charged with planting a hoax device. >> yesterday was scary. if we find out in this continues, we will prosecute people and we will go after you ever asking people not to do this.>> people are remaining vigilant and on alert. >> now i know everything is safe. i feel better. >> i would never say overkill. i'm glad for this response. >> the female bus driver was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. the incident remains under investigation. a church community traumatized by a bizarre crime last christmas is getting a fresh start. sacred heart parish dedicated its new nativity scene yesterday.
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today figurines which were blessed by the priesthood last year it was vandalized. baby jesus was stolen and replaced with a pig's head. to make a week after losing the only game of the season. the pats get back to work today against philadelphia. is that good to know that tom starter following a loss? the late flight from denver made it a short week for the pats. matthew slater became parents for the first time on 25 november. the pats essay, nothing is better than the combination of football in becoming a dad. soon it the best experience of our life. aside from getting married. we are very-we are very thankful to have our son and it really changes your perspective on a lot of things. when you have a little one, depending on you. we are thankful for the lord has blessed us and we're excited
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>> and maybe a future patriots player. get your football started sunday with patriots game day at 11:30 am, followed by the game. had to my tv 38 for the fifth quarter post game show in life, news conferences with the coach. to make she claims she has been addressed and running for president. the endorsement may be the most coveted. what she is saying about the presidential race and what she is not say. so make your of a highway being a parking lot? the event that stopped traffic. what do you think, feeling lucky? but that they something else. break out the lottery tickets. here is a look at your winning
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people died in a fire will be demolished. they don't know what started the fire. for victims included a mother, melissa crews, her sister, sonja and her daughter jasmine. they were devout members of the seventh-day adventist church.>> i have a picture of the two of them. they were so nice. soon at the church is raising money to send the victims back to the dominican republic to be buried. to make a serious crash last night shut down they want 28 and 95 on the southbound side before exit 15 in westwood. police say car crashed into the median and hit a rock wall. the highway was close, so they could take the driver, a 47- year-old, to the hospital. an 11-year-old boy was also hurt. to make she is sitting on the
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to be a big factor. the race for president. she is not ready to get involved. yet. warren told the boston herald, it's too early for her to endorse a democrat. earlier that one in the senate endorsed hillary clinton that warrant was not one of them. something you have to see to believe. a sculptor carved a life-size replica of the russian president. waiting to hear what it is made of. soon i give a birthday today? johnny football. the qb of the cleveland browns is 23. comedy director and gov. andrew cuomo is 58. but if it is your birthday, that's the big one. hopefully you will enjoy your
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welcome back. wait until you see the manager of a russian chocolate festival. a life-size sculpture vladimir putin and his dog, connie. i'm glad they included connie. it is made entirely of chocolate. it weighs 200 pounds and visitors pose with it. and many had to get a picture. it's pretty impressive. did you see the close up of the face? some of the detail. and connie is down there, hanging out.>>, connie is probably a chocolate lab.>>we have had lots of coffee and we are ready to go. fantastic temperatures this afternoon. warmer for this time of year and the sun is coming out.
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it will boost temperatures and here is a look downtown on the horizon. a gorgeous picture was not a cloud in the sky. we're getting reports of a fog. though dense fog for us, which is good news but freezing fog conditions. december temperatures. so far running above average. yesterday we around at the day 80 above normal. it takes into account the highs and lows and so far we are running above normal. another above normal day in the same deals before a cool down comes our way. his 270 in midway and winchester 31 in boston, 35. we will see temperatures in the 30s for the next few hours. 360 in boston southwest winds
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temperature, 29. we have a lot of 20s in a lot of areas below the freezing mark. we are experiencing areas of careful. slick spots a concern. fog will continue to stick around for the next few hours. essentially freezing elevated surfaces and roads but by the time we get to 9 am in boston. we are 39 and 11 am 47 and 50s for much of the day. low 60s for some and mid to upper 50s father to the south and east. the patriots forecast, 440 alter i felt at.
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upper 20s to the northwest. the blood of a southwest wind giving us a mild temperature. tuesday. we're watching the coastal storm as it pushes the northeast. this one briefly scourging the cape and high temperatures in the mid-40s refusing to make thank you. you're looking at live pictures of a quiet stadium but if you're headed to pages and today he might want to join in on the patriots toy drive. gain a-toy. patriots players will attend them and there is a been essay
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-bring a toy. soon i think it is very nice. they had a nice guide. the proposal on the beach as a -- -- --
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good sunday morning. it is 6:30 am. time to write sunshine. you have a beautiful day ahead of you. your world is your oyster. i am terry along with pamela. >> a perfect december day. way above average. we should have a high of 44. this time of year. we will be above it. here's a look at the sunrise. a gorgeous view over the city. clear sky with hayes on the horizon, indicating there is moisture in the air and in some places it's more prominent. light fog in boston other locations have dense fog. we had a report from larry saying it's a completely clear sky. but if you miles away.
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quarter mile or less. we don't have any advisories out at this point in time. quarter mile or less. it has a bigger problem temperatures are below freezing. freezing fog grading some slick spots. temperatures in the 20s. 290. upper 50s and lower 60s and eventually we get back to reality. seasonal temperatures available for your seven day in a bit. checking our top stories. police are calling a stabbing at a london subway station. an act of terrorism. a man yelled this is for syria before attacking three people. one of the victims has serious injuries but all are expected to survive. police used a taser to subdue and arrest the man.
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pres. obama will discuss the threat of terrorism and the mass shooting in california and a rare address tonight. you will speak from. they all for-of loss-office. the third time since taking office. you can watch it right here on wbz at 8 pm. a raid next-door to where they shooting suspect, syed rizwan farook, had a family living in riverside. people are trying to piece together their lives before they started amassing a weapons arsenal. one question is, if they received terrorist training overseas. muslim communities across the country are concerned about the possibility of a backlash. police commissioner william of
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violence and threats will be tolerated. his mclaren this together to make sure the city is safe, the country is safe and that we work together so nobody out there is getting hurt. we need your help. and like you say to everyone. if you see something, you forgot to say something.. showed support for their muslim neighbors. soon i get a tragedy in san bernardino thing.. donald trump was among many republican candidates in iowa yesterday and the gop leader said there might have been a different outcome of the victims were armed. >> if you look at what happened in california, they did not have guns and were slaughtered so would have been better.
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been very protective of the texas sen. has released a new campaign spot that has some tough -talking tough on terror. >> every is then i close it will now. if you wagered jihad against us, you're signing your death warrant. less than two months. it's iowa votes. meanwhile, bernie sanders was interviewing was said the semi, including the attack in san bernardino. sac ending mass killings will be easy but just because it's not going to be easy does not
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can. a victim shot outside a bar near fenway park was buried today. one man faces weapons charges but no one has been charged with the actual murder. his casket was taken away from the church in a horse-drawn carriage. a connecticut man is facing charges in a bizarre crime. he is accused of stealing skeleton remains from a cemetery. jim smith reports. they think the man stole the bones for religious regions. >> i went over to the cemetery today and never heard of such a thing. >> human skeletal remains taking out of a cemetery turning up side of home
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that's what happened and
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is a place of rest for left once. soon i guess. i would snap if it was one of my family members. >> of the five sets of human remains three are adults into our small children. the suspect will appear in court on monday and we will head back to face much more serious charges. selected is 6:37 am. a brodsky back on the winning track in vancouver and they played on the patriots field. it was super bowl set saturday the the the best high school team in the state know how you
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late start last night on the road after a tough loss at calgary they should out the canucks last night. bergeron, with a beautiful set up to marchant, who blasted it into the that. we're happy and that ace of them -ahead of us. a five-game road trip included mexico city. the spurs continue to win. that's all they do and last night was no exception. celtics made it close but they could not get it done. they can pick this one up in
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isaiah thomas goes. anything with the celtics are involved don't have a timeout. bradley is in the corner. he is still down by two. of this, short so a 25. teams going in different directions, but the coaches have saying those. the league is doing a better job than the area. >> my decisions are easy, they are best for the team. as a man everybody likes them or thinks they are the best for them individually but in the end, the overall decision was the overall betterment of the
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and regardless of what we think about them, that's the intent. so my dad's real talk. here's a solid veteran on the team. he sat down with steve burton. you can catch that later this morning patriots game day. the eagles team could give the pat some problems. soon at the record is deceiving. i think this is a good football team that's a lot better than what the record indicates so a lot of good football players. they play was tremendous effort. it's going to be a challenge is to make sure we are ready to go bring energy and have a good week of practice.>>interview later on patriots game day 1130 interview later on patriots game day 11 3000 abc following the game turn it over to my tv.
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game show.>>taking on central catholic for the division i a beauty and they win 44 to 14.>> the play is there. what were you looking for? touchdown. holy cow. soon it that was a great catch and throw. they've been dreading, 27 to 13. melrose on dartmouth. here's the play of the day. he is gone. state-of-the-art they grab a lead work. chris martin was outstanding three touchdowns as they win
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melrose 26 to 21. congratulations to the high school football players. here's a quick riddled electric train is traveling south. which way does the smoke ago? that's sports this morning. >> think about it. we will give you the answer. in the meanwhile getting cartoon the ground will be about the life of the patriots star. the show will be similar to family guide. it will air online to the entertainment studio started by lebron james. it is a fascinating look at a place far away. spectacular images of pluto and why we might be seeing them anymore. pamela?>>below freezing temperatures areas of freezing
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be careful very warm temperatures on the way. numbers coming up weather trivia time chester, massachusetts holds the shares for the lowest and highest. what are they? 109 and 41 below 109 and 45 below or 103 and 200 below zero.
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so my mass is giving us a clear view of pluto anyone will see. these images were taken by the new horizons spacecraft with flew by in july.
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nasa said it will take a year for them to be that all of the data. so fascinating. soon back a beautiful day ahead. yesterday was so nice. today's a them better. so it cannot complain. it's quiet. warmer than normal temperatures. yesterday we had 530 and today we are going with 58. current visibility reduced in some spots and that's creating slick spots on the rugged areas of fog of moisture in the air settling down to the ground. we call it freezing fog because temperatures are below freezing and that's creating a black ice affect were slick spots will develop visibility continues to
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2 1/2 miles or less than this is very have the biggest concern of some of the freezing fog. temperatures are in the 20s. nashville 22, boston, 36. windchill but-grade breeze telling you to make it in boston. temperatures increase into the 40s for the rest of the day and 51 x 1 p.m. 44. this time of year and briefly top off with 580 this afternoon. dollars 59, 600 and temperatures of a low today. 50s. your forecast 550. as you wrap up the game and hopefully celebrate base.
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around freezing. however had a report casts. they had high as the list of soft the coast. even soon i had facility. temperatures in the 50s. we will stay out to see but this low pressure is. most of us will be drive. we can't stress that will cool off before he grew temperatures in the 50s today. tomorrow. 40s. this is rain. soon it also was a. soon it today you heard breaks it every weekend. soon it chester shares her. her home, allies of routers in
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what are they? on august 2, 1975 chester and new bedford hit 107. that's the highest temperature ever recorded in massachusetts in the record low 35 below. adjuster january 12, 1981. >> good deal. thank you pamela. estimate the warm weather makes it a perfect night to begin honda. mayor walsh will help light the first candle in downtown crossing. the public is invited this afternoon. a senior elizabeth morning joe kennedy will also be there. strike the holidays are about traditions. stay you check in this family took a part in a posture
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like a peddler opening his pack.>>his eyes how they trickle, his temples, his cheeks were like roses, as knows was like a cherry. his little mouth was drawn up like a bulk and the beard on his chin was as wide as the snow.>>the night before christmas was read to the orchestration. they are providing a holiday concert through december 24. they did a great job. hour. we have your top stories and an update on a beautiful day ahead. you will love it. we have that coming up. we are glad you are with us. we will be right back. st simple veggie dish ever? heart healthy california walnuts.
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it's the final countdown!
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if you're the band europe, you love a final countdown. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. good morning, everyone. rise and shine. the sun is coming up. it will be a beautiful day ahead. good morning, everybody. i'm karen conley along with pamela dard ner. a great day for so many things. the nantucket straw. the patriots game of the first day of hanukkah. >> beautiful. >> it is going to be perfect. >> awesome. >> what can i say. it is so nice out once again.
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and thankfully, we are avoiding still any of that s word. the snow. for the next search days. none of that in the -- seven days. there is none of that in the is seven-day forecast. >> the visibility is reduced in some spots. we have some light fog to dense fog in most locations here. even in that picture of boston, you can see a little bit of a haze. and this of concern to us because we have freezing temperatures in many locations. in fact we just got a report from larry in centerville, and there on the cape, he said there is a little bit of fog and a little bit of ice glazed over his sidewalk and ports but the roads look okay. but this is the big issue here. you have dense fog and low visibility and some slick spots on the roads because the temperatures are in the 20s. 36 in boston. downtown, plymouth, 30 degrees. it is going to be hit or miss with the slick spots. be careful out there. highs today upper 50s and lower 60s. a beautiful afternoon. with full sunshine. and we stay mild into monday.
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our way, and not cooldown, but actually putting us back to reality. getting closer to normal where year. bit. >> pamela, thank you. we are following new developments now from london. one man is under arrest, in what police there are calling a terrorist incident. it happened at a station on the underground. the man attacked three people with a knife before he was stun gun. injuries. but none are life-threatening. police have not released the suspect's name or any details about his background but witnesses say he yelled this is for syria during the attack. also developing from the white house president obama will give a rare prime time address tonight. the white house says the president will update the investigation into the mass shooting in san bernardino, california, and talk about the broader threat of terrorism. this will be just the third time that president obama has delivered a prime time address
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8:00. meanwhile, the president's address will come as the fbi continues to dig into the background of the husband and wife blamed for this week's terrorist attack. chris martinez has more. >> reporter: fbi agents raided a home in riverside, california, early saturday morning. shooting rampage suspects syed farook and his family, used to live next door. >> i heard the windows crashing. the garage door being torn. breaking in. by the law enforcement. >> the house belonged to a friend of farook's who allegedly purchased two assault rifles used in the shooting that killed 14 people. the fbi's investigation is also focusing on the couple's ties to terrorist organizations. >> so far, we have no indication that these killers are part of an organized larger group, or formed part of a cell. >> yet, according to an unnamed federal law enforcement official, the los angeles times reports that syed farook had some kind of contact with
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and the radical sha bab group in somalia. s had his wife tashfeen malik pledged allegiance to online before the rampage. she started being more devout conservatively. the radio station called the couple supporters but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino, california. >> one of the survivors of that attack is sharing some harrowing details with her family from new hampshire. her parents say 31-year-old amanda gasbart originally from hinsdale was under a table when one of the shooters stood over her and fired. she was hit in the knee and the arm and the thigh. she had 20 shrapnel wounds. she was in charge of the
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services center. >> stay with wbz and witness news for the latest updates in the investigation in the terror attack in california. again, we will carry the president's address to the nation tonight, live at 8:00. meanwhile, plenty of people in downtown boston yesterday, got quite a scare. a rider poured some kind of morning. a short time later, the driver said she was getting dizzy. it happened around 11:00 at atlantic avenue and essex street not far from south station. police brought in haz-mat teams to ventilate the bus. luckily they realized quickly that the liquid was harmless. >> i think any time something like this happens, you know, you've got play it by the book, and you know, everyone has a heightened awareness of this. >> now that i know that everything is safe, i was a little bit uneasy when it was going on but not any more.
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>> you may have been caught in this last night. a serious crash that shut down part of 128, and it was on the southbound side. just before exit 15 in westwood. state police tell us a car crashed on to the median, and hit a rock wall. the highway was closed to med flight, so they could take the driver a 47-year-old from rhode island to the hospital. an 11-year-old boy was also hurt but thankfully his injuries are not life- threatening. a church community traumatized by a bizarre crime last christmas is getting a fresh start. say sacred heart parish in haverill in h-new figures blessed by the priest. last year the old ones were vandalized. baby jesus was stolen and was replaced with a pig's head, you may remember. a week after losing the only game of the season the pats get back to work today. isn't it good to know that tom
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it was a short week for the pats. but matthew slater is not complaining because he and his wife became parents for the first time on the 25th november. nothing is better than the combination of football and becoming a dad. >> the best experience of our life. aside from getting married. so we are very thankful to have our son. and really changed your perspective on a lot of things. and you have a little one that is dependent on you for everything. so we are very thank. the lord has really blessed us. >> so nice. and now you did k-get your football sunday started this sunday. patriots day at 11:30 and then after the game head to my tv 38 for the fifth quarter post-game show and the live news conferences of the coach and the qb. it is 7:07 right now. a deadly shooting by a police officer is prompting a review of chicago's police force.
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and why some think the mayor should pay with his job. >> and later, old media meets new, in one big controversy. how one paper's article is setting off a fire storm on pamela? >> time to take a look at. so weather watcher reports this cold temperatures found all across the area here. we have 32 degrees according to peter in randolph. under clear skies. although visibility is reduced just a little bit. 5-7 miles with light fog. this is estimated. we appreciate those reports. because freezing fog is a concern today, as temperatures are below the freezing mark in many spots. slick spots on the roads. but how high temperatures will
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welcome back. 7:10 now. chicago mayor rahm emanuel is denying any coverup in the police shooting of a black teenager. and he is casting aside calls for his resignation. some in chicago claim he was slow to release dash cam video of the shooting amid fears it
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but emanual says the release follows the long-standing practice of only releasing such material after an investigation is finished. and that though is not satisfying everyone. >> you conspire to defraud and conceal, you know, the public. and so you don't deserve to be in that seat. >> this is obvious ly going to be the big challenge in his political career, perhaps his own life. because he is now facing a lot of things that he was very good at avoiding. >> the officer charged with shooting la qls dan mcdonald is free after posting a million dollars in bail money. he faces a first-degree murder charge. a musician with deep ties to massachusetts is one of this year's kennedy center honorees. at 7:30, we will tell you who will not be sharing the stage
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jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of
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welcome back. 7:15. you know, i have a friend with the nan truct stroll and i am -- nantucket stroll and i am very jealous of her. a beautiful day for a stroll. boston. and many locations, still hit the lower 50s. but we are going with high temperatures nearing 60 today. and on nantucket, temperatures will be still in the mid-50s for the christmas stroll. fantastic. great start to the day. as we take a live look over the city of boston, and the full sunshine ahead. just like yesterday, maybe a few passing clouds. especially along the south coast but that is it for today, temperatures stay above normal. december so far, above average. definitely. the last several days here. on the 5th, yesterday, 8 degrees above normal. even warmer-than-normal temperatures with highs topping
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this morning, dealing with some issues though, as temperatures are around freezing. and visibility is low in some spots. due so some fog. freezing fog around kane improving conditions. and boston, light fog. but temperature downtown 36 degrees. we are not dealing with any slick spots. but in many locations, aware, black ice is a concern in keane, bundle up as you head out. and then trade in the heavy coats for maybe a fall jacket later today. 47 degrees by noon. and 2:00 p.m., 51 degrees. we don't stop there. a high of 58 in boston. 57 plymouth. nantucket 54 degrees. 60 from bedford and taunton. and a clear start to the game, if you're headed to gillette stadium, great tailgating
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end of the fourth quarter, 44 degrees. a little bit of a breeze from the southwest but we will handle that, that's for sure. 38 degrees tonight, boston, and 20s farther north and west for manchester. otherwise, most locations are a few degrees warmer than what we have experienced the last couple of nights. hour by hour forecast, we still have that high pressure in control. and that high pressure center goes just offshore, by later today. giving us that southwesterly flow. mild temperatures still in the forecast. a few passing clouds going into early monday. monday afternoon, still primarily sunny. and then when you get to tuesday, 6:30 in the morning, we start off here, low pressure system, just to the south and east, and this will continue to track northeast, and giving us a little bit of a wave of rain, for the cape and islands. mainly most of the afternoon, the action will be offthe shore. good news. we could use the rain.
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reality, 44 this time. year, and 45, tuesday. and wednesday, 47. scattered rain and the 50s return for the next weekend. >> a good looking week ahead. thank you very much. an update now on a story we have been following. yesterday we told you the new york times published a front page editorial for the first time in almost a century. the topic, gun control. well, apparently that didn't sit very well with some people. a conservative blogger tweeted this picture, showing the front page of the new york times riddled with bullet holes. and the caption, i didn't have to pay for this target. of responses. some were in support. like this one. that says, simply, yes. others against, like chip. these guys are having a total meltdown, says a guy who shot up a newspaper in blind rage. or victor, show this to my disgusted. this guy doesn't represent us.
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plent were in jest. we hope. like adam, who tweeted this picture, and said, in solidarity, with @ ew erickson, i also shot the new york times editorial, but i only have an online subscription. yikes. 7:20 right now. much more ahead in the next half hour of news. the remains of five people, stolen from a cemetery. why police think this had something to do with religion. >> but first, are you ready for the pet parade? we've got some real cuties looking to be a part of your family.
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welcome back, everyone. it is time for the pet parade. and my friends from save a dog out of sudbury are here today. diane, pam, and coffee, thanks, ladies for coming in. >> good morning. >> and we have a big girl and two little brothers here. and we will start, pam, tell us about this little girl. she is so good. >> my girl lila. lila is a 2 to 3-year-old plot hound mix. and she is from the south. >> look at her. super playful dog, loves the outside, loves to play with her toys, her foster parents, diane being one of them. big backyard. loves to run up and down the hills. good times. but she is also a couch potato. and loves to be on the couch,
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wants her morning snuggling time with her before off to work. you have two dogs in a one. which is awesome. >> she is so beautiful. i love her coloring. >> yes. >> and she has been with you for a while. so we really want to find her a good home. we would love to have somebody that is good on a leash that can walk her. and you know, good handling skills. maybe a big backyard would be perfect for her. she is house trained. we have no problem with her. and she is neutered. she is spayed. >> that's right. >> sorry, lila. >> but great, great dog. she deserves a great home. we love her. and we want nothing more than to give her a great place. >> she is really the perfect dog. a lot of energy and she is sarong. so you have to be prepared for that if you have little kids. >> absolutely. >> how about these brothers down here. can you stand it? >> juniper. jupiter and pluto. aka the planets.
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eight months old. brothers. dachshund mixes. both house trained. both neutered. distinct different personalities but they work well together. so you have jupiter who is very outgoing, wants to get into everything. and in a good way. in a good way. and then you have pluto, which kind of, he surveys the landscape, and then he decides to move in. so they work off of each other. super friendly. super outgoing. both house trained. great in the crate. great in the car. they are just really perfect. they are really good boys. >> and we would like them to go together, pam. >> if we can get them together, it would be terrific. they are small dogs. if someone is looking to have two small dogs equal one big dog, that would be great. adopted separately. they do love each other though. other. >> if anybody is interested in the big girl lila who has been spayed and jupiter and pluto,
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>> you can contact save a dog.org. through our web site. application. and somebody will get back to you asap. and we also have meet and greets out at our places on to 3:00. to meet these guys actually >> even better. >> ladies, thank you. we want to give a quick bounce, and we want to show that you at home, who are watching, often bring these babies home. this is brody who came in from blue dog shelter out of brockton. and brody went home with andrea ballum in taunton, mass. thank you so much to amanda. there they are looking into each other's eyes, saying we will be together forever. we love it and we hope for the best, for lila, jupiter and brody as well. thanks, ladies. >> very welcome. thank you. >> we'll be right back. stay with us. catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. after 12:00 p.m.,
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good morning, everyone. it is 7:30. here is a pretty shot of boston. boy did our floor director nail it. what a beautiful shot. beautiful sunrise out there this morning. we are glad you are waking up with us. what a beauty of a day ahead. yesterday, we have a treat and now we get it again. even better. >> and warmer today. a few more degrees added to the thermometer. and today, we are going with 58 degrees in boston. nearing 60. and lower 60s for other locations as well. visibility, an issue. as we head out the door, though. overnight, we had some fog settle in. and it is very dense in kean. zero visibility. orange, half a mile or less. hyannis, one and a half miles or less. light fog from boston to even
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and the main concern, is it freezing? we are getting some reports around centerville, that some of that fog did freeze. on elevated surfaces. roads okay. according to our friend larry there. but hyannis, 28 degrees and slick spots. not out of the question. definitely. especially where the fog is dense, 26 degrees. but we are starting off in the 30s in boston. up to 58 degrees this afternoon. lots of sunshine. the breeze picked up from the southwest. gusts up to 25 miles an hour. we stay mild for monday. and then a big cooldown on the way. it actually will become more reasonable for this i.t. year. the seven-day forecast, coming up -- for this time of the year. the seven-day forecast coming up in just a bit. >> pamela, thank you. checking the top stories this morning, police are calling a stabbing at a london subway station an act of terrorism. according to british media report, the man yelled this is for syria before attacking three people. one of the victims has serious injuries but all are expected to survive. police used a taser to subdue and arrest the man.
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president obama will discuss the threat of terrorism, as well as the specific mass shooting in san bernardino, california. in a rare address tonight, the president will speak from the oval office in prime time, only the third time since he has done so since taking office. and you can watch the address right here on wbz, at 8:00. the fbi has not said what it is looking for during a raid of a california home. it is next door to where shooting suspect syed farook's family used to live in riverside. meanwhile, investigators are trying to piece together the lives of farook and his wife tashfeen malik before they started amassing a weapons arsenal in their home. one question is whether they may have received terrorist training overseas. meanwhile, muslim communities all across the country are pretty concerned about the possibility of a backlash after the san bernardino shooting. but police commissioner william evans is reassuring the faithful at the islamic society
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such violence or threats will not be tolerated. >> we are all in this together. to make sure this city is safe. our country is safe. and we all work together, so nobody out there is getting hurt. so we need your help. obviously, like i say to everyone, if you see something, you got to say something. >> members of boston's christian and jewish communities, also showed support for their muslim neighbors. and turning now to campaign 2016, the tragedy in san bernardino is making national security a major topic in the presidential race. donald trump was among many of the republican candidates in iowa yesterday. and the g.o.p. poll leader says there might have been a different outcome if the victims were armed. >> if you look at what happened in california, they didn't have guns, they were slaughtered. so i think it would have been a lot bet fer they had guns in that room, somebody to defend. they could have protected
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>> ted cruz has been outspoken and poke tive of the rights of gun owners and the texas senator has a new campaign spot that has him talking tough on terror. >> we will rebuild our military. we will kill the terrorists. and every islamic militant will know, if you wage jihad against us, you're signing your death warrant. >> cruz has been gaining strength in the iowa polls, with less than two months until iowa votes. meanwhile, bernie sanders was campaigning in new hampshire yesterday. the vermont senator is calling for more gun control. following several recent shootings. including the attack in san bernardino. >> ending mass killings is not going to be easy. but just because it is not going to be easy does not mean that we don't do everything that we can. >> bernie sander, donald trump, and chris christie will all be guests on cbs's "face the nation" this morning.
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you can see it right here on 10:30 on wbz. well, loved ones couldn't hold back their emotions as they said goodbye to a hard- working mbta conductor. the innocent victim of a shooting on thanksgiving day. one mourner had to be helped out of the church. after the service for jeff b. sherry. sherry was shot and killed outside of the bar "who is on first" near fenway park. one man faces weapons charges in the incident. no one has been charged with the actual killing. sherry's casket was taken away from the church in a horse- drawn carriage. a man is accused of stealing skeletal remains from a worcester cemetery. and this morning, he is under arrest. and wbz's jim smith tells us police believe the crime was motivated by religion. >> i was over at the cemetery today, and it was like, you know, never heard of such a thing. >> it sounds like jumping out of a -- something out of a scary movie. human skeletal remains taken
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turning up i inside a home in hartford. police in connecticut say that is just what happened and have arrested a suspect 3, 2-year- old almador medina and investigators say medina was cooperative and showed them where to find the remains. they practice a religion called santaria. >> the bones would be used for medicinal purposes. and medicinal practices in the century of faith. >> it exists in the community. we see it quite often with animals, be it chickens or pigs. >> the neighbor were quick to react to the bizarre news. >> obviously very scary. especially to find out that there was a neighbor next to me practicing this type of religion. >> the remains came from a worcester. they were interred between the early and late 1900s. >> so i visit there once a week or so.
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uncles, are all buried at hope cemetery. >> very disturbing. what would you do if body parts like that -- with body parts like that, you know? or old skeletons, you know? >> this is a place of rest for loved ones of yours. >> yes. >> i would probably snap if it was one of my family members, you know. >> of the five sets of human remains, three are adult and two are of small children. the suspect medina will appear in court in connecticut on monday and head back to worcester to face much more serious charges. in the satellite center, jim smith, wbz this morning. it is 7:38 right now. the pressure of the undefeated season is now off the pats. as they ready for today's matchup with the eagles. also, the bruins almost led a thrilling game -- let a thrilling game slip through their fingers again. but did they?
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late start last night for the bruins in vancouver. but after a tough loss in calgary, the b's shut out the canucks 4-0 last night. patrice bergeron with the beautiful setup to brad marshawn who blasted it into the net. that is actually the eighth goal in the last nine games. now with the rest of the day's sports, here is levan reed. >> well, good morning, everyone. the celtics, the fourth game of a five-game road trip, that included mexico city, and last night, san antonio. the spurs just continued to win. that's all they do. and last night was no exception. celtics made it close. but in the ends, they could not get it done. celtics and the spurs, this one in the fourth. c's down by four. that is an easy two. thomas had 23 on the night. time wiping down. more boston. avery bradley, setting up. rotation. draino. finishes with 18. celtics within three. 18 seconds.
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they don't take a time-out. thomas finds bradley in the corner. and no. he is still down two. and they make it interesting by bombing this one from deep. but the c's come up short, they fall 108-105. pats and eagles today, going in different directions but the two coaches have the same job. chip kelly and bill belichick are both head coach and general manager of their respective squads. one is doing better obviously than the other. bill belichick makes decisions with one thing in mind. >> my decisions are easy. they are with the rest of the team. it doesn't mean everybody likes them. it doesn't mean that everybody thinks they are the best for them individually or even their unit. but in the end, the overall decisions are made for the overall betterment of the team. and some are liked and some that are not or wrong, but
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everybody thinks about, that is the intent behind it. >> that is real talk right there. more patriots, matthew slater, one of the star veterans on the team, he sat down for a one-on- one interview with our steve burton. you can catch that later this morning on patriots game day. the eagles team could give the pats some problems. >> and i think their record is deceiving. i think this is a good football team that maybe is a lot better than what their record may indicate. so a lot of good football players that are well coached. and they play with tremendous effort. it will be a challenge for us. and you know, we have to make sure we are ready to go. bring energy on sunday. and have a good week of practice here to be ready for sunday. >> that sets the tone. we will look at it later on patriots day. right here on wbz. immediate following the game, turn over to my tv 38 for the post game show. super bowl saturday. gillette. bavarian, taking on central
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and a beauty here to tony snippet. >> look for it. the play is there. what are they looking for? the damage. >> that was a great catch and throw right there. and the division two super bowl. beating reading 27-13. we move on melrose and dartmouth. a good one. here is the play of the day. mike petrina going up top to julian narland. 87 yards. and melrose grabs a 14-12 lead. but chris martin was outstanding yesterday. 122 yards. and three touchdowns. dartmouth wins the division three super bowl. they beat melrose 26-21. congratulations to all of the gillette yesterday. here is a quick riddle.
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south, which way does the smoke go? and unless your train is traveling south, which way does the smoke go? that's sports this morning. i'm levan reed, for wbz sports. >> did you get it? we will tell you, because a lot of people have been waiting for this. for those of you who have to think about it, an electric train, smoke, the answer is, there is no smoke. >> an electric train. >> it is tricky. >> you got to think about these riddles. they make you crazy. >> i love them. they're good. >> glad we have the answer. >> yes. >> sometimes we hide it before we reveal it. >> not hiding the sunshine today. no, beautiful weather out there. although -- >> you need more coffee. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> we have been going for how long. good grief. just so excited to give you the forecast. i can't spit it out here. if you're heading out for a morning jog, it is cold. but no worries. we will be in the 50s, later this afternoon. and feeling just like yesterday, with a few more degrees. why not.
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and sunrise at 6:58 a.m. and the sun is high in the sky and help to warm us up quickly and still chilly enough, we need the hat and gloves and the long sleeve ensemble. and the current visible, dense fog from kean to springfield to orange, and there, we have visibility under a half a mile still. and the issue especially what we are concerned about on the cape, because we had some reports of temperatures below freezing. the issue some black ice out there. and that fog has frozen. on many elevated surfaces. and unfortunately, that includes roadways too. though. and no reports of anything freezing to the roads here. and that is is good news, and we just go up from here. hour by hour forecast, up to 43 degrees by 10:00 a.m. and 51 degrees by 2:00. and the temperatures along the coast will be slightly cooler than say inland. where we will be close to 60 degrees. in taunton, bedford, going with 60 degrees. hyannis, 63. and nantucket 54.
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very comfortable and very warm for the patriots forecast later today. kickoff time 4:25 p.m. a few passing clouds at best. all dry. and 44 degrees in the fourth quarter. a great celebration without w- that win we are going to -- with that win we are going to get, right? upper 30s to the north and west tonight. 38 degrees boston. not quite as cold as the last couple of nights. but still cold enough we will be dealing with some frost for that monday morning commute. hour by hour forecast, we want to start you off this afternoon, high pressure still in control. that means mild conditions, southwest winds, which the position of the high pressure center, off to the east and monday, still looking good. a few passing clouds here and there. and that's it. low pressure system, moves in from our south though. and this center of low pressure will be out to sea, although it could help to spin up from the northeast. the moisture off the ocean, giving us a chance for a few spotty showers, mainly along the coast, and the cape and the islands. however, most of us will be dry. and the forecast models, still
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system, even though we are two days away. and stay tuned, we will keep you updated though, we will be back later tonight and give you the latest updates with the forecast model, 58 for tonight. and monday, 56 degrees. and tuesday, 45. wednesday, 46. and thursday, 47. with scattered rain. back to the 50s friday and saturday. nice looking week ahead pamela. >> thank you. a big honor for several legendary artists. one group won't be taking the stage tonight.
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now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq. well, the warm weather makes it a perfect night to begin the jewish celebration of hanukkah. mayor walsh will light the first candle on the menorah in downtown crossing. the public is invited for the 4:45 lighting this afternoon. senator elizabeth warren and congressman joe kennedy will also be there. a major honor tonight, for former boston symphony conductor seiji ozawa.
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kennedy center honorees in the nation's capital. he led the boston symphony for a record 29 years. other artists being honored tonight are director george lucas, song writer carole king, actresses rita moreno and cicely tyson. the eagles were scheduled to be honored tonight, but glenn fry, he will be taking it easy because he has pending surgery. they will receive their award next year. president obama has canceled because of his address to the nation tonight. a satisfying steak dinner doesn't have to mean a trip downtown, you know. coming up the "phantom gourmet"
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it sure looks, sounds, smells, and tastes like a steak you get at one of the big city steak houses but this juicy flavorful tender cut of meat is actually served hot off the grill at teresa's prime. thanks to owner nick yebba and chef nick, the old thompson country club in north reading has been completely renovatinged into a state of the art complex that includes a beautiful function facility, a pool club in the warm weather,
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grill 19 down stair, and the upscale teresa's prime steak house upstairs. >> i think what we have done is built one of the prettiest restaurants around. there are water fall, stone walls for almost 300 feet. we have a huge fountain that is in the middle of the complex. on a stone driveway that actually sets the mood. >> casual but upscale. sleek, miami feel to it. we bring 100% ranch beef prime, with a butcher shop in the restaurant and the chefs come in the morning to prepare the steaks for the evening. >> unlike the boston steak houses that make you pay big bucks with your side, two two eye. >> and sides that you can put your teeth into. not cheesy sides. and when you come in here, not only do we want the place to be gorgeous, and comfortable, and because it is up scale doesn't
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we want it to be upscale affordable. you eat like a king. and that's how we wanted it. we wanted it to be special. >> that looks amazing. we got your top stories, and a beautiful forecast, for you at
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good morning everybody. is 8:00. i can't wait to carpe diem today. it will be such a nice day. so excited. yesterday was beautiful today better. >> warmer temperatures on the way. plenty of sunshine once we get the fark out of here. that has been the biggest issue this morning. some of the frog -- fog froze making for slick spots and black ice. visibility is zero right now. you are under a dense fog advisory until 10 am. that is the only location under a technical advisory even though we are also dealing with dense fog in orange. like fog on the cape, on the islands. visibility numbers continue to change throughout the morning. latest update just came in 7 miles or less for the boston area. temperature rise, we are right
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freezing in some spots. temperatures will start to gradually increase as the sun gets higher in the sky. good news, we are on our way to a high of 58 degrees with some areas hitting the lower 60s. coming up, i will have the latest numbers for you in a few minutes. we are following new developments from london. one man is under arrest in what police are calling a terrorist incident. it happened at a station on the underground. he attacked 3 people with a knife before he was taken down by police with a stun gun. one of the victims has serious injuries but none a life- threatening. police have not released the suspects name or details. witnesses say he yelled this is for syria during the attack. also developing, president obama will give a rare primetime address. the white house says the president will update the investigation into the mass shooting in san bernardino california. he will also talk about the
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this will be just the 3rd time the president obama has delivered a primetime address from the oval office. you can watch it live right here on wbz tonight at 8 pm. the president addressed will come as the fbi continues to dig into the background of the husband and wife blamed for this weeks terror attacks. chris martinez has more. >> reporter: fbi agents raided a home in riverside california early saturday morning, shooting rampage suspect syed farook and his family used to live next door. >> i heard the windows crashing, the garage door being torn. >> the house belonged to a friend of syed farook who purchased 2 assault rifles that were used in the shooting. the fbi investigation is focusing on the couples ties to terrorist organizations. >> so far we have no indication these killers are part of an organized larger group or a
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>> according to an unnamed federal law enforcement official, the los angeles times report syed farook had some type of contact with people from syria. and also somalia. his wife, tashfeen malik, pledged her support phthisis and its leader -- pledged her support to isis and its leader. her friends also say she became more devout and started dressing conservatively. isis official radio station called the couple supporters but stop short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino california. >> one of the survivors is sharing some harrowing details with her family from new hampshire. her parents say the 31-year-old originally from hinsdale hid under a table as one of the shooters stood over her and fire . instead of being shot in the
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the knee and that i. she also had 20 track metal bones on her body. she was in charge of the holiday party at the social services center. stay with us for the very latest updates on the investigation into the terror attack in california. again, we will carry the president addressed to the nation tonight live at 8 o'clock right here on wbz. today's into frightening scenes in boston. a bomb scare on atlantic avenue on friday and then yesterday a chemical scare on board an mbta bus. both threats were harmless. authorities didn't know that in the moment. police are being extra cautious in the wake of attacks all across the world. >> nervous, shocked i guess. >> reporter: emergency crews shut down part of atlantic in e- cig avenues after a writer -- essex avenues after a writer
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the bus.>> the bus driver complained of watery eyes and burning in some respiratory issues. there were a number of other passengers who self evacuated. >> reporter: a hazmat team boarded the bus to investigate the liquid. >> we heard it was a liquid scare so it made a scared. >> it is good to know that they respond so quickly and are worried about the situation. >> reporter: hazmat crews ventilated the bus but found no readings of anything dangerous. >> anytime something like this happens, you have to play it by the book. everyone has a heightened awareness. >> reporter: is this does it is a 2nd major incident in the past 2 days. yesterday the bomb squad blew up a suitcase that was left on the street. >> yesterday was pretty scary. people have a lot of nerves up. if this continues on, we are going to prosecute people.
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we're asking people not to do this. >> the scares are making people remain vigilant and on alert. >> now that i know everything is safe, i feel better.>> i'm glad all of this response and that it was not much of anything. >> reporter: the female bus driver was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. no major injuries. the incident is under investigation. does this look familiar? you might have been caught in last night. it was a serious crash on the south downside just before exit 15 in westwood. a car crashed onto the median and hit a rock wall. the highway was closed so met flight to take the driver to the hospital. an 11-year-old boy was also hurt. hinkley, his injuries are not life-threatening -- thankfully, his injuries are not life-
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chicago mayor rahm emanuel is denying any cover-up in a police shooting of a black teenager is casting aside calls for his resignation. some chicagoans claimed he was slow to release dashcam video amid fears it might put a damper on his reelection campaign. but he says the release followed the long-standing practice of only releasing such material after an investigation is finished. that is not satisfying everyone. >> you conspired to defraud and concealed the public. seat. >> this is obviously going to be a big challenge in his political career, perhaps in a -- in his whole life. he is now facing a lot of avoiding. >> the officer charged with shooting the teenager is free bail money.
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8:15. what are you going to do on this beautiful day? you have to get outside. >> you have to take in the christmas tree display in downtown boston. is such a cool time of the year. the city is really benefiting from the warm temperatures. today we have full sun on our way to near 60 degrees. a live look downtown. full sunshine over the horizon. a little bit of a haze on the fog overnight. here in boston, we did not experience any dense fog and temperature state above freezing. in many locations. they had reports that the cape
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where there were slick spots. the conditions are improving and temperatures are moderating a bit. dense fog is still left over from peak to orange. visibility will be left there for the next few hours until we get the sun time to evaporate the fog. temperatures are still in the 20s. it will take a while for you to warm-up because of that fog. 38 degrees boston. chatham 44. we did have fog reported in natick. a little bit of a drizzle. that is how they picked up a little bit of rain. temperature 32 degrees. box for 30 degrees. you could still see leftover slick spots because of the fog. the looking okay for this afternoon for everyone. 38 degrees boston right now. real feel temperature 31. southwest wind at 9 mouse power. up to 46 degrees 11 am warming
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sunshine. 56 degrees in boston. lower 60s from bedford, 67 in plymouth. a little cooler along the coastline. we do have a little bit of a southwest breeze helping to elevate the temperatures are coast cooler. game day forecast, gillette stadium kickoff time, amazing weather by december standards. 54 degrees. end of the 4th quarter 44 degrees. will cool off after the sunsets. no complaints, nothing falling for the sky. lows tonight, 30s and upper 20s farther north and west. boston 38 degrees. hour by pressure. it is still looking good and east. mild conditions continue to funnel in. and then an area of south. tuesday. although, the rain should stay
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will keep you updated as the models update. hanukkah begins this evening. mild temperatures and dry, monday 56, tuesday 45, wednesday 46 and another chance for rain on thursday. topping entertainment news, after morgan freeman said he is just fine after a on a plane. his private plane blew a tire on take off and was forced to make an emergency landing in mississippi. he credits his pilot for landing the plane safely without injuries. a note of congratulations to rapper kanye west and kim kardashian. the couple welcomed a baby boy yesterday. they haven't said publicly what they named him. the 2 have already one daughter named north. i know what you're thinking, of course you should be south.
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it is 8:18 on the sunday morning. the shooting of 14 people in california have renewed the debate over gun control. that debate has moved to the campaign trail. we will tell you right does where even republicans and democrats are finding common ground. it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to
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turning now to campaign 2016. the tragedy in san bernardino
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major topic. donald trump was among many of the republican candidate in iowa yesterday. he says there might have been a different outcome if the victims were armed.>> if you look at what happened in california, they didn't have guns in were slaughtered. i think it would've been a lot better if someone had guns in that room. the could have protected themselves. >> ted cruz has been outspoken and protective of the right of gun owners. now the senator has released a new campaign spot that has him talking tough on terror. military. will kill the terrorist and know. if you wage jihad against us you are signing your death warrant.>> he has been greening -- gaining strength in the iowa polls. bernie sanders was
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calling for more gun control following -- following recent shootings. >> ending mass killings is not going to be easy. just because it is not going to be easy does not mean that we don't do everything that we can. >> tromp, sanders and new jersey governor chris christie are all stopping by to visit with john dickerson who joins us now live from washington with a preview. it sounds like an interesting show i had. morning to you. >> reporter: it is a busy sunday . we will start with updates on the latest of the san bernardino shootings. will then talk to donald trump about his aggressive ideas. then, chris christie who has his own ideas which diverge very specifically from donald trump. we will talk to him about that and then we would jump over to the other side of the aisle and
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the response to these attacks but also gun control which he has a mixed record on according to some democratic voters i have been talking to. then we will have 2 panels, one, of experts to talk about the domestic and foreign aspects of the terrorism question, how to stop it what is being done -- and whether what is being done is effective. at the end, we will have a political panel to talk about the follow of these attacks -- fallout of these attacks. >> as always, we look forward to your show. face the nation airs today at 1030 right here on wbz. it is 8:25 and is the largest art heist in history. a special look at the cell of several -- sale of priceless work. catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. after 12:00 p.m., enjoy any medium latte
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good morning everybody. it is 8:30. this is a beautiful shot of the city of boston as you rise and shine. we are glad you are with us. we're looking at a nice day i had. >> warmer than yesterday. yesterday we have 53 degrees in boston. today, at a few more degrees to it. temperatures are starting off in the 20s and 30s. we have 38 austin. some spots -- we have 38/-- boston. some spots we are below. we have some areas of dense fog located from the connecticut river valley.
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a quarter mile or less in orange. we did have light fog in boston the temperature state above freezing and we didn't have any slick spots likely further to the north and west. for our friends on the cape and islands, slick spots there. these are clouds high in the sky , these clouds are indicating fog. low-lying areas in the river valley. you can see satellite radar picture. it will take time to get that thought i hear. we have folsom all afternoon plus a south west wind . coming up, we stay mild monday but then cooling-off a bit for tuesday. we will have the latest in that seven-day. checking our top stories, police are calling a stabbing at a london subway station an act of terrorism. according to media reports, the man yelled this is for syria
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one of the victims has serious injuries but all are expected to survive. police used a taser to subdue an arrest the man. he is being questioned now. president obama will discuss the threat of terrorism as well as the specific mass shooting in san bernardino california a rare address tonight. he will speak from the oval office in primetime. only the 3rd time he has done this since taking office. you can watch the address right run wbz tonight at 8 o'clock. the fbi has not said what it was looking for during a raid of a california home. it is next door to where the shooting suspects syed farook family used to live in riverside. investigators are trying to piece together the lives of syed farook and tashfeen malik. one question is whether they may have received terrorist training overseas. muslim communities across the country are pretty concerned about the possibility of a backlash after the san
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police commissioner william evans is reassuring the faithful as the islamic society of boston cultural center that such violence or threats will not be tolerated. >> we are all in this together to make sure the city is safe, our country is safe and we all work together. nobody out there is going to get hurt. we need your help, obviously like i said everyone, if you see something you have to say something. >> members of boston christian and jewish communities also showed support for the muslim neighbors. it is time for keller at large. john sits down with the massachusetts attorney general.
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sort of -- good morning, thanks for joining us. our guests was a political unknown when she was elected last year at this time. most of you know all about our guest this morning, the attorney general of the commonwealth more healy. welcome. i know you are not investigating this, you are 3000 miles away but i know you are also following the horrific news out of san bernardino california.
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this is terror related? >> i think we have to wait for the investigation to go forth. i think what the larger point is is that we have a moral crisis on our hands in this country. 3 million guns out there, more mass shootings in calendar days in 2015 alone, 43 toddlers killed last year at the hands of gun violence. we have a real problem and we need to act. here's what i think we need to do, we need to ensure that congress reinstate the federal assault weapons band. we should ban people from buying guns who can't get on airplanes. it makes absolutely no sense. we need a better system for universal background checks and better communication universally shared among local state and federal officials. we need to have a change in culture and change the conversation in this country. as i say, this is a moral issue. >> what any of that have
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>> we will never know in a particular instance but if you just look what has been this exponential rise in mass shootings and we need to do something. we need to do more than something, we need to do everything we can. as i say, this is a moral issue for our country. >> during your campaign for attorney general, during the democratic primary, you to argue about smart gun technology. he wanted to pursue -- get the commonwealth behind all sorts of technological changes, for instance, a stolen gun couldn't be operated because the fingerprint would have to match. you said you didn't think the office had the authority to do that kind of things. has reviewed changed? >> i think it is something that can happen to legislation. i think we should do everything we can to explore safer gun technology. let's make sure the guns that are being manufactured are the safest that they can possibly be. let's also recognize, we simply have too many guns out there. we also have too many people in this country who have access to
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we need to make changes and we need to make changes today. >> let's also talk for a minute about terror and fighting terror. your office is a part of the anti-terror law enforcement consortium in the state. during your first year in office, has there ever been an instance where you have objected to a proposed avenue of surveillance or proposed tactic on privacy grounds? >> i think, a couple things, one, it is important for people in massachusetts to know that there is regular and ready communication between and among enforcement. it is really important that we have strong communication in the face of terror threat in terror potential. that is important. certainly when it comes to privacy, we need to take all steps to protect several -- public safety. my question, have you ever
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objections to a law enforcement initiative? >> no, not today. although, with respect to our ongoing investigations and enforcement actions in joint investigations, we are mindful of the constitutional limits and what we can and can't do in terms of privacy and ensuring that people civil liberties are protected. but it is a time in which we need to have constant and ready communication between and among all of us in law enforcement. >> i had to break and we will move on, but you ever feel handcuffed and what you can do with regard to terror by privacy and that kind of thing? >> i think there are appropriate limits in place and we do everything we can to work with that. i do believe as a stay, we are handcuffed by the other in action of the congress in washington on the issue of guns and gun violence. that is an area where we need to step up here people need to step up and demand that the politicians in washington act. >> a quick break and then back with more with our guest this
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welcome back to our conversation with attorney general maura healey . general, winter is coming. can't to do anything about that ? >> no subpoena power over the clouds. >> get the lawyers to double check that. mother nature can be dealt with i am sure. so, just last week you rolled the 2 of our states largest insurance companies were granted excessive and unwarranted rate hikes by exploiting the terrible winter we had last year and other past or recent weather problems we have had to -- manipulate the data. in response, the insurance industry in the state agency that signed off on those, said you are all wet in risking
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what is your response? data. we have studied this issue. my job is to protect homeowners and consumers. all we are asking for is that the system for homeowners insurance be fair and reasonable . importantly, that it be transparent. right now, proposed raised rate are not publicly filed. we do not know when they are filed. their signed off on before our office or consumers have an opportunity to object. >> no hearings; right? mac -- >> no hearings. what we found in looking at the data was that we saw insurers who had change the way they calculated risks, who had allowed last years winters storms impact 2, we believe, unnecessarily and overly impact their risk assessments. as a result, our concern is that they were looking to increase their bottom lines at the
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all we are asking for here, and we look forward to working with the division of insurance, is that there be fairness and that there be transparency and that consumers have a voice in this process. >> it sounds to me like maybe we need a shakeup of the division of insurance. >> as they say, we identify this as an issue and we stand ready to work with them on this issue to protect consumers and to ensure a more fair marketplace. >> are they blowing you off? >> i think right now, does we are waiting to see -- we are waiting to see what their response will be. my hope is that they will take a hard look at this and that together we can arrive at a place where there's fairness and transparency and where we know what the proposed hike will be and have an opportunity to do something about that on behalf of consumers before it is acted upon. >> i'm getting the wraps i'm -- sign, very briefly, an industry spokesman was quoted saying we are already heavily regulated.
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take our ball and go home? is that a valid concern? >> no, this is isn't about more transparency and fairness. simply making public the proposed rate hikes that you intend to seek. simple as that. >> we have you on tape promising you will go after winter legally as hard as you can. if we do get a bad winter, we hope -- hold you personally fair? >> thanks general. we appreciate you coming by. >> thank you. >> john thank you so much. it is 8:47. pamela is here with a look at a really nice day for us. >> beautiful temperatures. we added a few more degrees to the calendar today. this afternoon we're still above average. yesterday we ran 8 degrees above normal. this running tally does take into account the highs and lows each days. we give you the mark if we were
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entire month of december, so far we have been above. we will keep things above normal at least for today. for your day tomorrow and then it is back to seasonable high temperatures. average should be 44 degrees this time of the year. we will be right around there tuesday and wednesday. i will show you that in the seven-day. visibility is still low in some spots. light fog continues to evaporate . but where we are still experiencing dense fog is up to the north and west. pink to orange. valley dealing with freezing fog . temperatures are in the 20s. 27 degrees for our friends and keen. 38 boston. 44 chatham. hour by hour, temperatures will stay in the 40s for much of this afternoon. noon, 49 degrees to the exact. 51 2 pm. we will hold in the lower 50s for much of the day. boston briefly hitting 56.
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lower 60s along the coast cooler. the south coast we will get a southwest breeze off of the cooler ocean water. temperatures in the low 50s. patriots game day forecast, if you're heading to the stadium, fantastic football weather. a little on the warm side if you are a traditional enthusiasts. no complaints. at least nothing falling from the sky. easing conditions before, during and after the game. and of the 4th quarter 44 degrees. lows tonight in the 30s. 38 boston. low 30s right around freezing from pittsburgh to worcester. manchester down to 28 degrees. areas of frost for some as we go into your monday morning. high-pressure is in control. in your hour by hour forecast this afternoon through the evening, mild condition. temperatures will be pleasant. monday afternoon expanding temperatures in the mid-50s. the latest information on this low pressure sensor that i have been keeping you posted on, now, it looks like it is going to go out to see. it will be close enough to us
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couple of showers on the cape and islands tuesday. into the 40s. 7-day forecast, hanukkah begins this evening. monday 56. tuesday 45. wednesday 56 -- 46. chance for rain as we -- had into thursday. the garden museum heist is the largest in history but it was pulled off by some questionable burglars. >> they didn't know what they were doing. these were not sophisticated art thieves. they will cut the next morning after the heist, i believe, unwilling don't wittingly realizing they just completed the biggest heist of the century. >> the fbi is speaking out about the ripe -- robberies. so is the head of the museum who is about to leave her post. you can see the full story this morning on cbs sunday morning at 9 o'clock.
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welcome back, a week after losing their only game of the season, the patriots get back to work today. >> [ video playback ] >> the late flight from denver made this a short week for the patriots. the patriot special-teams ace says nothing is better than the combination of football and becoming a parent.
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our lives, aside from getting married. we are very thankful to have our son. a really changes your perspective of things. -- it really changes your perspective of things when you have a little one depending on you for everything. blessed us. we are excited about this time as a family. 1130. had to my tv 38 or the post game show analyze news conferences of the coach and a qb after the game. if you're heading to gillette ring a new unwrapped toy for the patriots toy drive. the players will deliver them later to children in need. if you are not going to the game, don't worry there is also a been at samuels hall. from -- rob ron koski is getting his own cartoon. is a series called the ground about the life of the patriot
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he said the show will be similar to the fox hit family guy. it will air online through the entertainment studio started by lebron james. amazon is hoping drones of the future for deliveries, but one cape cod woman has had her future already delivered a drone. this is such a great story. she went for a walk with her boyfriend a long the getting. they were chatting and hanging out. what she didn't know is that his friend was secretly operating a drone a little further down. attached to the drone was an engagement ring. as it lowered, sean cut the river -- ribbon holding the box and got very traditional. he went on one knee and asked her to marry him. as you can see the answer was yes. thank goodness. for this couple the future is now. >> fantastic. >> isn't that the best story.
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amazing, so cute. also whether. yesterday we had 53 in boston. we're going 58 today. some spots inland, in the lower 60s. hanukkah begins, comfortable, dry overnight as well. temperatures fall into the mid- 30s. monday 56 degrees and sunday -- sunny. tuesday 45 and we stand the 40s. this is where we should be this time of year. coastal storm getting a showers on the islands tuesday. don't get too comfortable. everybody. thanks so much for hanging with us with it -- this weekend. will see again next weekend and
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jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it.
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